Pros: Easy to set up.
Cons: Nothing what's so ever.
Iâd toyed with the idea of getting an iPad for a while, and finally I decided to get one. Now that Iâd made the decision of getting one, I had to decide which mottle I wanted to get. Originally I was going to get the sixteen GB wifi one, but after talking to my best friend, she convinced me to get one that had more space. So, now I had to decide if I wanted to get the thirty-two mottle or the sixty-four mottle. After looking at the price for both of them, I decided that I was going to get the thirty-two because the sixty-four was a little too expensive for my liking. With my decision made, I applied for the Best Buy credit card. This was my second time applying for it and after getting denied for it again, I was going to use one of my other cards to buy it or at least I was going to use one of my other cards to buy it until I spoke to someone who told me the reason as to why I got denied. Anyway, long story short, I went into a Best Buy store and reapplied, and long behold, I got approved. After talking to my best friend a few days before I went into the store to reapply for a third time, she managed to convince me to spring for the sixty-four GB mottle with cellular connectivity. At first I was a little hesitant but then I started thinking about how nice it would be not to take my heavy laptop with me every time I went on a trip. With that in mind, I bought the sixty-four GB mottle with cellular connectivity. When I got home, I immediately plugged it into my computer and set it up. Of course this being an Apple product, it only took me about five minutes, maybe a little less, to complete the setup process. Once I was finished, I started playing with it. Because Iâm visually impaired, I couldnât enjoy the amazing retina display that the new generation iPad came with. For those of you who are reading this review, youâre probably thinking why I didnât just buy the iPad two and save a few dollars. The truth is that Iâm a big tech junkie and didnât want to get something that was a bit older. Anyway, when I first got the chance to play with one at the store, I noticed that the layout of the iPad was a little different than the iPhone or the iPod. When I tapped on the app store, I noticed that the layout of that was also different. Some of the apps made for the iPad were a bit different, to. I also noticed that navigating was a little harder. For me, I had to randomly tap the screen to get whatever it is I wanted to appear on the screen. Despite those little annoyances and believe me when I say they can get annoying, this is a great product and I would highly recommend getting one of these to a friend. Oh, and I havenât experienced the heat issue that other people have experienced.